Lars Johnsen

Lars Johnsen

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    The available M.2 slot is B-keyed, but the card you’re linking to is A+E keyed.

    #34430
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    Yes, the same charging status led turns on when charging via USB-C.

    #34172
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    I’m sure it is the device. The noise seems to originates from the upper left corner, around where the main circuitry is, so it is probably some inductor causing it.

    I tried stress testing the charger. In that case the tablet slowly lost energy (~20 mWh each minute, according to BatteryInfoView), and the brightness kept consistent, so there’s no indication that any brownout occured.

     

    #32362
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    The camera drivers got recognized in my case by manually selecting what folder (“Camera”) should be searched for drivers. However, that doesn’t actually get the cameras working, as they for some reason become improperly categorized as “System devices”.

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    I tried Wootever’s compilation on a fresh install. Those combined with the ones automatically downloaded by Windows Update, leaves nothing unrecognized.

    #32196
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    Chris: The reason the SSD didn’t work is likely because SATA is not exposed through that other port.

    I don’t think Cube would bother to block PCIe cards other than LTE modems, but since the modem is a low-bandwidth device, it’d be interesting to see if they routed all four lanes.

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    Have you considered using a (variable temperature / air speed) heat gun instead of a soldering iron?

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